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the worst with more on the president's policies we have carol ross. i had the pleasure of big to during the chief economist to said he would think confidence is down because of hurricane sandy but it is because of the election and small businesses. their job creator. >> absolutely. they're actually not doing anything they are not sure what to expect the longer with the fiscal cliff nonsense and then we have obamacare everybody is very concerned and the choice is do nothing. said the small-business community sits and waits. that is not what we want for our country. tracy: resaw the cap that six -- capex spending come to a halt. everybody is in no holding pattern? >> absolutely remember as small business owner the hiring and the individual person is such a bigger impact. they take those decisions because they don't know what is coming up ahead. on the big business side what is overlooked how many small-business owners are affected. the rich is the small business owners to our tax through the past three entities. >> when you file the schedule c it is part of the individual tax return. then
was the worst that can happen? if they screw up we lose our shirts. tomorrow will ross why he is worried about these talks in washington. and creative ways to hike taxes but no clear ways to cut spending. cut him out. resolution war no, it will cost us dearly. the government is getting fatter. i have run out of analogies. go eat dinner.o , but only one at republicans are hong wil pass. here with exquisite exclusive details, richardson in washington. >> good evening. what republicans are looking to do in the house is basically deal wh the tax provisions of the fiscal cliff to hit on january 1 so thereill be two amendment votes on the house. the first constructed by republicans dubbed the nancy pelosi plan because it contains a number of the provisions she holds. amounts less than $250,000 per year, it extends some of the stimulus provisions with income taxpayers, child cred, and raising amounts more than $1 million. this is a republican plan ,-com,-com ma the one if it goes past the house, likely to pass the house, it makes the current rates permanent for amounts less than $1 million per year.
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